Parliament St. News 2020 Deadline dates:

Thank you for all your support in 2019!  We grew just a little this year, from 5 issues to 6 and thanks to so many advertisers and article submissions from our local residents- the paper was a great success again.

 
We can’t do this ‘labour of love’ without the fantastic people of Parliament St. and the many off shoot streets. If you have a business on King, Queen, Shutter, Gerrard, Carlton, Winchester, Wellesley, or all the way north to Bloor St. we’d love to hear from you.

 
1. February issue- Friday Feb 7th
2. April issue- Friday Aril 3rd
3. June issue – Friday June 5th
4. September issue- Friday August 28th
5. October issue- Friday October 9th
6. Holiday issue – Friday Nov. 27th

 

*Please let us know ahead of time, prior to the actual deadline day, that you will be submitting content for the paper so we can ensure that everyone gets in!

 
If you’d like to be in our last Holiday issue of 2019, or chat about options for 2020
BIG surprises coming in 2020!

Contact Sarah Cook- Principal Publisher
416 817 7842
parliamentstnews@gmail.com

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